The capability of programmatic anchors in specific neighbours to engage with the city public space will be put in question and deeply explored. The heterogeneous nature of Sao Paulo grid brings the possibility to create new centres of activity in a district scale. Their capability of engagement in a larger scale overcoming divisions between neighbourhoods will be a critical question to reflect in this stage of the design. The results will be expressed by axonometric drawings and diagrammatic of programme research for the final portfolio.
Bernard Tschumi, “Program”, in Architecture and Disjunction, Cambridge: MIT Press, 1994. pp. 99-168.